On 23 June, the UK voted to leave the EU. With more than half of CIPD Ireland Update readers citing 'uncertainty and change' as the biggest issue facing Irish organisations, we are here to support you through this period of change. We will continue to work closely with government and key stakeholders to ensure that your voice is heard as we continue to champion better work and working lives for the benefits of individuals, businesses, economies and society. Find out how the CIPD can support you with our dedicated hub of resources.
Impact on HR and L&D professionals in Ireland (June 2016)
Mary Connaughton, Director, CIPD Ireland, looks at how the UK vote to leave the EU will impact HR and L&D professionals in Ireland.
Triggering Article 50 – what now for HR in Ireland? (March 2017)
Brexit will have a considerable impact on our relationship with the UK and will pose many challenges. So what can HR in Ireland be doing at this critical juncture to ensure that organisations are ready to take on the challenges as the UK prepares the leave the EU?
HR checklist for leading the Brexit challenge (April 2017)
Use the CIPD Ireland checklist to identify your actions and assess your progress to ensure that your organisation is ready to take on the challenges as the UK prepares the leave the EU.
Emerging insight to the implications of Brexit (December 2016)
As we live with the reality of Brexit negotiations, more analysis and insight is emerging on the implications for Ireland.
Employer concerns for Brexit must be heard (Survey results, January 2017)
Our HR practices in Ireland survey asked over 800 HR professionals for their feelings and concerns about Brexit.
Ireland perspective on Brexit (Video, October 2016)
Mary Connaughton, Director, CIPD Ireland, provides the Irish perspective on Brexit, the key issues and opportunities to surface, as well as the role of HR, organisations and government.
Brexit – an Irish perspective (Blog, August 2016)
Mary Connaughton, Director, CIPD Ireland, blogs on how the decision will affect Ireland.
CIPD Ireland response (June 2016)
CIPD responds to the EU Referendum ‘leave’ decision and what it may mean for the world of work.
Labour market implications (Event report, September 2016)
CIPD Ireland held a breakfast briefing on the labour market implications of Brexit on Thursday 8 September 2016 in Dublin. Uncertainty, attracting talent, free movement of people, data borders and infrastructure were amongst the challenges discussed.
UK Brexit hub
CIPD in the UK has put together a dedicated hub of resources to support members.